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The Structure Political Competition

by Zsolt Enyedi & Kevin Deegan-Krause

Is European party politics hovering above society? Why do voters pick one party over others? Is it a question of class? Of religion? Of attitudes about taxes or immigration or global warming? Or is it something...


Faith and Politics

by Senator John Danforth

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The 2012 Nomination and the Future of the Republican Party: The Internal Battle

by William J. Miller, William E. Cunion & Joshua T. Putnam

If the 2012 nomination process taught the Republican Party anything, it is that there are internal fractures within the GOP that need to be worked out prior to the 2016 presidential election. When coupled with...


Libertarianism: For and Against

by Craig Duncan, Tibor R. Machan & Martha Nussbaum

Libertarianism: For and Against offers dueling perspectives on the scope of legitimate government. Tibor R. Machan, a well-known libertarian philosopher, argues for a minimal government devoted solely to protecting...


Writing Global Trade Governance: Discourse and the Wto

by Michael Strange

Writing Global Trade Governance operationalises a key post-structuralist methodology in order to expand understanding on the institution at the heart of the global political economy. Despite the WTO's centrality...


Party Movements in the United States and Canada: Strategies of Persistence

by Mildred A. Schwartz

Party movements can be described as political organizations that both participate in the electoral process and have social movement qualities. They appear frequently in both Canada and the United States. Many...


Production of Postcolonial India and Pakistan: Meanings of Partition

by Ted Svensson

This work seeks to examine the event and concurrent transition that the inauguration of India and Pakistan as 'postcolonial' states in August 1947 constituted and effectuated.

Analysing India and Pakistan together...


Quarterly Essay 37 What's Right?: The Future of Conservatism in Australia

by Waleed Aly

Where did the Right go wrong? With the departure of George W. Bush and John Howard, conservative parties in the US and Australia entered a period of turmoil. Foreign affairs, economics, the environment - all...


Collision 2012: Obama vs. Romney and the Future of Elections in America

by Dan Balz & James Silberman

From the bestselling author of The Battle for America 2008 and longtime Washington Post correspondent, an inside view and analysis of the Obama-Romney presidential race

In 2008 a bright young candidate triumphed...


The Republican War Against Women: An Insider's Report from Behind the Lines

by Tanya Melich

In 1980, Republicans used appeals to sexist and racist bigotry to win the Presidency. The party adopted an electoral strategy that included getting votes by playing on the fear and uncertainty engendered by...


The Flag in the Wind

by John MacCormick, Ian R. Hamilton & Neil MacCormick

Born in Glasgow in 1904, Dr John MacCormick studied law at Glasgow University and was one of the chief founding members of the National Party of Scotland in 1928 and, with the merger of the NPS and the Scottish...


Chantel Mouffe: Hegemony, Radical Democracy, and the Political: Hegemony, Radical Democracy, and the Political

by James Martin

Chantal Mouffe's writings have been innovatory with respect to democratic theory, Marxism and feminism. This work brings together her key writings, concluding with a new interview with Chantal Mouffe.


Quarterly Essay 49 Not Dead Yet: Labor's Post-Left Future

by Mark Latham

With an election looming and criticism of the ALP now a national pastime, Mark Latham considers the future for Labor. The nation has changed, but can the party?

With wit and insight, Latham reveals an organisation...


Campaign for President: The Managers Look at 2008

by The Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government & Harvard University

Every four years following the presidential election, the Institute of Politics at Harvard University convenes a distinguished gathering of campaign managers, media commentators, and interested political observers...


Leo Strauss, the Straussians & the Iraq War

by Aggie Hirst

The political philosophy of Leo Strauss has been the subject of significant scholarly and media attention in recent years, particularly in the context of the decision to invade Iraq in 2003. Allegations that...


Post-Tsunami Reconstruction in Indonesia: Negotiating Normativity Through Gender Mainstreaming Initiatives in Aceh

by Marjaana Jauhola

This book offers a critical analysis of gender mainstreaming initiatives in the post-tsunami context in Indonesia. Aiming to challenge the terms of the debate in gender mainstreaming and disaster reconstruction...


Obama's Political Saga: From Battling History, Racialized Rhetoric, and GOP Obstructionism to Re-Election

by Mary L. Rucker

The scope and theme of this book are political, polemical, sociological, and ideological. The book lays a historical foundation to explain the reason Obama has not had a successful political relationship with...


Happy Days Are Here Again: The 1932 Democratic Convention, the Emergence of FDR--and How America Was Changed Forever

by Steven Neal

Political conventions in years past were more than pep rallies for preselected candidates -- they were suspenseful, no-holds-barred battles for the nomination. In 1932, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the man who...


Losing the Center: The Decline of American Liberalism, 1968--1992

by Jeffrey Bloodworth

Many Americans consider John F. Kennedy's presidency to represent the apex of American liberalism. Kennedy's "Vital Center" blueprint united middle-class and working-class Democrats and promoted freedom abroad...


The Conservative Party

by Anthony Seldon & Peter Snowdon

The Conservative Party is Britain's most successful political party. For large parts of modern British history it has been the dominant party, though it has always suffered from internal division and periods...